Students taking classes on campus will see some changes to Tiger Dinning over the summer with the installation of new restaurants such as Stake n’ Shake and Wicked Eats in the student center. But there are some changes to existing restaurants that students should know.
“In the past, we have not opened that [Tigerzone in The Village] to other students,” said Glenn Loughridge, director of Tiger Dining. “Aramark said they are willing to allow students to go there too. For dinner options that’s really what we're gonna have, it’s going to be buffet style in The Village.”
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Students on campus now may have noticed a lack of Pepsi products in the convenience stores, now known as WDE Supply Co.
“With changeover comes new contracts,” Loughridge said. “There
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There is no set date for when students can expect to see Pepsi products back in the convenience stores. Loughridge expects the additions to arrive soon.
Loughridge said his door is open for those wishing to have their voices heard about food options on campus.
“Know that you have an advocate in our office,” Loughridge said. "We’re here in the student center for a reason.”
Tiger Dining will have different hours for the summer in all dining locations.
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